Fox Sports said Monday it still had not determined why an overhead TV camera cable snapped during the Coca-Cola 600 in Concord, N.C. The network said that use of the camera is suspended indefinitely.
Charlotte Motor Speedway said 10 people were injured when part of the drive rope landed in the grandstand; three were checked out at hospitals and released. Several drivers, including then-leader Kyle Busch, reported damage to their cars.
COLLEGES: Gloucester County College routed Waubonsee (Ill.), 13-0, in a National Junior College World Series Division III semifinal in Tyler, Texas.
Kutztown (37-22) sent the Division II national softball championship game into extra innings but fell to Central Oklahoma, 5-2, in the ninth in Salem, Va.
North Carolina (52-8) is the No. 1 seed in the NCAA baseball tournament that opens Friday with 16 four-team, double-elimination regionals. The other national seeds, in order: Vanderbilt, Oregon State, LSU, Cal State Fullerton, Virginia, Florida State, and Oregon.
Citing disciplinary reasons, Rutgers football coach Kyle Flood dismissed defensive end Michael Larrow, who was arrested Sunday for allegedly punching his girlfriend. Larrow missed four games last year after being suspended following another arrest.
In the NCAA East track and field regional in Greensboro, N.C., three Villanova runners qualified in the 1,500-meter run for the NCAA championships in Eugene, Ore.
Robert Denault (3 minutes, 41.58 seconds) and Sam McEntee (3:48.06) moved on, and Emily Lipari (4:15.89) ran the second-fastest time in the women's 1,500 semifinal to advance.
'Nova's Samuel Ellison (Upper Dublin) qualified in the 800 in 1:49.82, and Princeton's Russell Dinkins of Philadelphia (Wilbraham and Monson) advanced in 1:51.58.
Penn qualifiers were Thomas Awad in the men's 5,000 (14:04.24), and Maalik Reynolds (7 feet, 11/2 inches in high jump).
Kevin McDonnell of St. Joseph's moved on in the 10,000 meters, finishing sixth in 29:59.82.
Other qualifiers: Georgetown's Chelsea Cox (Southern Regional) in the women's 800 in 2:07.20, Princeton's Greta Feldman (Haddonfield) in the women's 1,500 in 4:16.99, and Rutgers' Gabrielle Farquarson (Williamstown) as part of the 4x100-meter relay team in 44.71.
GOLF: Simon Khan of Britain bounced back from losing the BMW PGA Championship in a playoff to qualify in Walton Heath, England, for the U.S. Open.
Former Masters champion Jose Maria Olazabal of Spain also qualified.